OUR SERVICES:
  • ¬†Installation of catering appliances
  • Service and maintenance of catering aplliances
  • Supply and install Interlock systems to BS6173
  • Gas safety inspection and certification

GAS SAFETY CHECKS AND CERTIFICATION

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We will inspect your premises and assess all aspects of Gas Safety.Upon an assessment, if no remedial work is required and all current standards are met, we issue a two part Gas Safety Certificate for your catering business.

The law requires that you perform this process anually and more than likely your insurance does too.

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GAS INTERLOCK SYSTEMS

In order for us to best advise you, our engineers have up to date knowledge of both the legislation and the interlock system available. If you do not have an interlock system installed at present our engineers can explain how the legislation affects you and can provide a quotation for any works which we recommend in order to bring your gas installation up to the current standard.

LEGISLATION
The law places duties on all catering businesses, be it
Restaurants, Hotels and Fast Food outlets or any other commercial
businesses that prepare and sell food to the public, to ensure
that any Gas appliances, installation pipe-work or flue under their
control is maintained in a safe condition to prevent risk of injury.
(The Gas Safety Installation & Use Regulation 1998 – Reg 35)
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The legislation regarding the installation and maintenance of gas fired catering equipment can be a minefield for the caterer!
We are happy to help by surveying your kitchen, explaining what the legislation means to you and offering solutions to any problems which we identify.
In 2001 the british standard BS6173 was amended to provide users of gas fired catering equipment with protection against the effects of exposure to combustion gases which are created during
cooking with any type of gas. BS6173(2009) addresses these problems by requiring that an interlock system be installed into the extraction and gas supply system.
The underlying principle of the interlock system is that if the kitchen extraction system is switched off or faulty no gas is allowed to flow to any of the equipment, therefore users cannot be put at risk.
In order for us to best advise you, our engineers have up to date knowledge of both the legislationand the interlock system available.